Interfaces of different rates are bound to an Eth-Trunk interface,can it depend on the interface bandwith perform unevenly load sharing?
For example,add two physical interface to an Eth-Trunk interface,one port is 10GE,the other port is 1GE.Can these member interfaces forward data and depending on the interface bandwith perform unevenly load sharing?
1.This Product's every software version can support load balance traffic among member interfaces according to the weights configured for the member interfaces.
2.The higher the weight of a member interface, the heavier the load over the member link. Therefore, you can run the distribute-weight weight-value command to configure a higher weight for a member interface so that the member link can carry a heavier load.
3.distribute-weight 1(undo distribute-weight), which forcibly sets the weight of a member interface to 1, the default value
The configuration example:
[40E-31]interface Eth-Trunk 3
[40E-31]interface GigabitEthernet 3/0/3 ---->10G Port
[40E-31-GigabitEthernet3/0/3]distribute-weight 15 ----> Use this command setting Member port weight 15
[40E-31]interface GigabitEthernet 4/0/1 ---->1G Port
[40E-31-GigabitEthernet4/0/1]distribute-weight 1 ----> Use this command setting Member port weight 1
[40E-31]interface GigabitEthernet 4/0/2
Port can not be added into trunk:The weight of the trunk has reached the max!
---->A maximum of 16 member interfaces in an Eth-Trunk interface can carry out load balancing. The total weights of all member interfaces in an Eth-Trunk interface cannot be greater than 16.
In this example ,the weight-value are 15 and 1 .This is just for example, not a standard.
You can use display trunkmembership command to display information about the trunk member interfaces.